Palmer calls for public support in trial of murder suspects

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April 10, 2012 17:19

 
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Ahead of a military court hearing in the trial of five Palestinians charged with causing the fatal crash of his son Asher Palmer and infant grandson Yonatan, Michael Palmer called again on Tuesday for public support during the trial.

Asher and his baby son Yonatan were killed when their car overturned on Route 60, just outside Kiryat Arba, last September. Though the IDF initially said the car crash was a tragic accident, after a subsequent investigation they revealed their suspicions that the Palmers were murdered as a result of rocks thrown at their moving car.

In November, the Military Advocate- General indicted five Palestinian men, allegedly part of a terror cell formed to harm Israelis, in the Ofer Military Court in connection with the Palmers’ deaths.

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